Clay Nutting of Canon East Sac
In this three-part series, Gordon chats with entrepreneur and restaurateur, Clay Nutting. Clay’s creative dining concepts have a solid local reputation—his latest restaurant, Canon East Sacramento, recently opened to rave reviews —and he’s equally known around town for his various art and entertainment ventures.
Part III: Failure—how it’s defined, what it means for business, and how to move past it.
We’ve come to the last episode in our three-part series with Clay Nutting. If you’ve liked what you’ve heard so far, join us today for Clay’s thoughts on failure—how it’s defined, what it means for business, and how to move past it.
Thank you to our sponsor
This week’s episode is sponsored by DVB architecture. DVB specializes in creating designs and drawings that respond to the constraints of a site, code-related issues that apply to various project types, and overall great design that makes projects interesting and appealing. Through high-quality design, high-quality drawings, and reduced back-and-forth with planning and building departments, DVB ensures its buildings are designed to build.
Thank you to our guest
Thank you to Clay Nutting for sharing his story and insight with us. You can learn more about Clay here, or click here to reserve a table at Canon East Sacramento, located at 1719 34th Street, Sacramento.
- Sacramento Bee: Restaurant News & Reviews (1/12/18)
Unpretentious and exceptional, East Sacramento’s Canon is an ‘instant classic’
- Sacramento Bee: City Beat (9/21/17)
Craft beer, ice cream and burgers coming to old utility building in city park
Podcast production staff
- Host: Gordon Fowler
- Producer: Liz Divelbiss
- Editor: Kin Wong
- Music created by: Harry Walls
- Special sponsor guests: John Stevens